The Dominican friar, Henry Suso, was one of the most facinating mystics of the fourteenth century, an era of singular richness in the history of Christian mysticism. His Exempler, here translated in its entirety, contains a rich diversity of religious experience- autobiographical, devotional,speculative and pastoral. Suso's Life compares with Augustine's Confessions in the realm of spiritual Eternal Wisdom and the Little Book of Truth, witness to the ingermingling of speculative mysticism dependent on Meister Eckhart and devotional piety typical of the late Middle Ages. Henry Suso was oneof the most popular of all late medieval writers. His Exemplar is a true classic of Western Spirituality.